Closing Ceremony of Gender Training of Trainers Course for African Military Personnel

Closing Ceremony for Gender Training of Trainers – certificates awarded to participants

BELGRADE – Fifteen officers from the Armed Forces from Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda and Rwanda successfully completed the Gender Training of Trainers (GToT) course and received their certificates at the Closing Ceremony on 15 December 2016. ...

Gender Training of Trainers Course for African Military Personnel

UNDP’s SEESAC initiative, together with the Nordic Centre for Gender in Military Operations (NCGM) and the Peacekeeping Training Centre of the Serbian Armed Forces are holding a “Gender Training of Trainers” (GToT) course from 7 - 15 December ...

RSSRP Gender Trainers Support Gender Training of Trainers Course held at RACVIAC

Gender Trainers from the Regional Network of Gender Trainers and UNDP SEESAC support the Nordic Centre for Gender in Military Operations, the Croatian Armed Forces and RACVIAC - Centre for Security Cooperation in conducting the Gender ...

Gender Trainers in Serbian MoD and SAF Learn About Gender Identities

SEESAC organized a seminar on gender identities for eleven gender trainers from the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Serbia (MoD) and Serbian Armed Forces (SAF) on 24 September 2015 in Belgrade. The aim of the seminar was to increase gender ...

SEESAC at the NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme Advanced Research Workshop in Geneva

Photo by DCAF

Geneva, Switzerland - SEESAC took part in the workshop ‘Preventing and Responding to Gender-Related Complaints in the Armed Forces’, held from 28 to 30 April 2015. The workshop brought together military and civilian ombudspersons, parliamentary ...

The Study on The Position of Women in the Armed Forces in the Western Balkans Presented by the Ministry of Defence of Serbia

Following its presentations in Skoplje, Sarajevo, and Podgorica, the study on The Position of Women in the Armed Forces in the Western Balkans was unveiled on 14 October 2014, in the Central Hall of the Serbian Armed Forces (SAF) in Belgrade, ...

The Regional Network of Gender Trainers in the Military Reviews its Initial Results

After being formed in March 2014, the Regional Network of Gender Trainers from the Ministries of Defence (MoDs) and Armed Forces (AFs) of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, continues ...

SEESAC Supports Serbia's Military Gender Trainers

Gender sensitization of the military is a necessary precondition for achieving a work environment in which women can grow professionally and have their capacities utilized to full extent.  With this in mind, SEESAC recently organized a ...

The 3rd Annual Meeting of WPON

Participants of the WPON Annual Meeting held in Sofia

Women police officers, representing 9 police services from South East Europe, took part in the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Women Police Officers Network in South East Europe which was held in Sofia on November 12-13, 2012. The meeting was organized ...

WPON Strengthen Capacity to Advocate More Effectively for Gender Equality within the Police Services

Mr. Daniel de Torres from the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) facilitating the workshop

A two-day training focusing on strengthening the capacities of women police officers to more effectively advocate for inclusion of gender perspectives in the policies and work of their respective police services began in Zlatibor, Serbia ...